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Dollar Store Bulletin Board Hacks
Decorate your classroom with these bulletin board hacks. Easy and inexpensive ideas to add color and interest to your teaching space. Teachers love the dollar store so read on to be inspired.
Music Teacher Pet Peeves
Music Teacher Pet Peeves is a list of relatable situations and conversations that modern music educators find themselves in. Don't worry music teachers! You are not alone.
Never Again…. It’s Time to Scaffold Instruction | Rockin Resources
Learning is lifelong and students need support as they gather knowledge and skills. This can be done through scaffolding instruction. There were times in my earlier years of teaching that I didn’t use scaffolding in my instruction. I struggled to make sure all of my students were learning and understanding specific concepts and skills in my lessons. Never again…. it’s time to scaffold instruction! Click to keep reading!
How to use Lyrics for Conflict Resolution
This collection showcases an incredible list of lyrics and songs that can help you ‘set the stage’ for your own West Side Story classroom conflict resolution. Actually, do you know what would be a sure ice breaker for any conflict? Play the song or movie clip!
HOW TO INCORPORATE POSITIVE THINKING IN THE CLASSROOM
Have you ever felt like there’s a tornado of thoughts, emotions, and ideas whipping around in your head and you can’t seem to figure out which way is up, down, left, or right? The brain can experience, think, and feel many different things at once, and this can either be a blessing or a curse! Rather than letting the mind run rampant 24/7, you and your students can learn to understand and master the mind with a few of our Rockin’ tips, tricks, and tools for positive thinking.
How to Teach Writing Remotely
Some teachers find writing a difficult subject to teach. Now throw digital learning into the mix. Don’t panic! You don’t have to be at your wit’s end! This post will give you ideas on how to teach writing remotely!
BACK TO SCHOOL - FIRST WEEK OF SCHOOL LESSON PLANS AND ACTIVITIES
The countdown is on! Teachers, it’s almost time for you and your students to go BACK TO SCHOOL! Are you ready for a fresh crop of young minds? The beginning of each year is always exciting. In order to get the BEST out of your students, it’s important to start the year off RIGHT! I thought I’d show you my lesson plans to help you make the MOST out of your Back-to-School experience this year. Check out my FIRST WEEK OF SCHOOL LESSON PLANS AND ACTIVITIES! Meet the Teacher
25 Songs That Will Support Your Instruction
Have you ever blurted out song lyrics related to something in your classroom? You are not alone! I thought I would share 25 songs that will support your instruction! Whenever my students would say something or do something and a lyric came to mind, I started singing! My students quickly caught on and by the end of the year, we were all looking for things related to a lyric. After you start using lyrics in your class, I promise your students will remember you forever!